ADOT Accomplishments, Highlights, and Upcoming Expansions

ADOT Accomplishments and Highlights! :)

 


 

The Annapolis Department of Transportation Non-Discrimination Policy

Annapolis Transit is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in or denied the benefits of the transit services Annapolis Transit offers. This policy is consistent with the requirements of Title VI of the 1964 Civil Rights Act. Additional information may be obtained from the Annapolis Department of Transportation.
If you believe you have been subjected to unequal treatment because of race, color, religion, sex. age, or national origin, then you have the right to file a formal complaint.
Complaints may be filed within one hundred-eighty (180) days following the date of the alleged discriminatory action. Complaints may be submitted by mail, telephone, or e-mail to:
Richard A. Newell, Director
Department of Transportation, City of Annapolis, 308 Chinquapin Round Road, Annapolis, MD 21401
              Phone: 1-410-263-7964               E-mail: RANewell@annapolis.gov

  • Our fleet is now fully operational with an average age of only 4.4 years old.
  • Installation of new credit card capable parking meters. (pay by phone coming soon!)
  • We now have 8 fixed routes with an overall ridership increase of 12% over 2012.
  • During the 2nd half of FY13 we saw an increased garage occupancy rate of 11.58% over the 2nd half of FY12. In that same time frame garage parking revenues have seen a 61%  increase earning $1,041,018.00 more than in FY12. 
  • Market rates for parking meters and garages.
  • Purchased a new car with LPR (License Plate Recognition) that is in service with our parking enforcement team. 
  • New security measures including cameras on the buses with real-time audio and visual capabilities.
  • New bus shelter replacement program. We have 40 new bus shelters installed and 40 more on the way.
  • We have received a grant for $600,000.00 for the new shelters, security lighting at the bus stops, new signs for the bus stops, and trash cans for all bus stops.
  • New mobile website.
  • New bus route system maps designed and circulated.
  • As the garage occupancy increases, our Circulator ridership continues to grow. The Circulator will help over 20,000 people get around Downtown during September 2013 alone!
  • We have received a $300,000.00 grant for electronic fare boxes. This means riders will be able to pay their fares with a type of smart card or credit cards.


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Multi-Modal Center 

Annapolis Transit is administering a project to provide a new Multi-Modal Transit Center to better serve the growing mobility needs of the traveling public, including residents, businesses, and tourists.  The new Transit Center will also be a key component supporting the City’s Transportation initiatives.

A site selection study is underway.  Identified sites will be studied to determine the best location and move the project forward to environmental studies and preliminary design.

Annapolis Transit, along with its consultants, have hosted two public meetings  -June 26th and July 24th.

These sessions provided an opportunity for the public to review the project scope and to provide feedback on site location, facility amenities, and modes of transportation to be connected.

 

 

MultiModal Logo

Download the presentation about potential sites that was shown at the July 24th meeting.

 

For more information about project please contact:
Iain Banks
Annapolis Department of Transportation,
308 Chinquapin Round Road,
Annapolis, MD 21401
Phone: (410) 263-7964 * 6004



Coming Soon! :)

  • Multi-Modal Center.
  • More bus shelters.
  • New target/bus stop signs.
  • Hillman Garage revitalization.
  • Re-modeling the 1st floor of our facility to become a state-of-the-art operations center.
Operations center
  • Pay by phone for new parking meters.
  • Creating a regional system that links us with PG, Anne Arundel, & Howard Counties.
  • Transit smart phone app.
  • Way-finding screens at the walking exit of our City garages.
Picture of digital way finding screen.
  • Web based capabilities for residential parking permits.